Minnesota is a little bad this way, Virginia is crazy. Look at these two charts, the first is deaths by date reported. Looks like Virginia just constantly is having a steady stream of deaths, with somewhat of a peak earlier. Now look at the second chart, deaths by date of death. It is very clear that there was a big serious case wave with deaths and then it dropped off quite a bit. The difference between the charts also tells you just how many deaths are being treated as CV-19 ones long, long after they occurred. Apparently this is happening in many states and accounts for a very large number of the deaths currently being reported, giving a misleading picture of where we actually are.